The iPhone 5S, or 6 depending on what Apple decides to name its next device, will reportedly feature enhanced security in the form of a fingerprint scanner, suggests Topeka Capital analyst Brian White.
The iPhone 5S is coming. This time, however, Apple reportedly plans to further step up its resolution game.
While there have been rumors and reports that the screen size of Apple's upcoming iPhone 5S will have a larger screen, this is the first we've seen that says the next-generation iPhone will keep the screen size, but double the pixel resolution.
Fan concepts for the iPhone 6 continue to emerge, with the latest presentation showing enhancements to Apple's smartphone model.
Developers may have ideas they wish Apple would use for their next device, including one concept that gives fans an eye-opening feature currently seen with the Samsung Galaxy Beam.
Apple's next expected overhaul of the iPhone may be coming a lot later than initially accepted, if an analyst's new report is to be believed.
Apple is getting pretty consistent with these iPhone releases, and the iPhone 6 seems to be no exception. Analysts are predicting that the upcoming device, also known as the iPhone 5S, will be aiming for a 2013 release date.
The stock market is often counterintuitive, and days after the unveiling of the Samsung Galaxy S4, Samsung’s stock is down 5 percent, and arch-rival Apple is up 5.4 percent.
The next iPhone could see a 2014 release date, but it is the body of the smartphone that's making the rumor mill.
iPhone 6 Rumors: 4.8-inch 'Phablet' Delayed Until 2014 Due to Display Issues
It looks like another unreliable leak about Apple has come out of China. We reported on a rumor coming out of China last week, which stated that the iPhone 5S and a five-inch iPhone 6 was imminent for launch this year.
It's beginning to look like 2013 will be the year Apple finally expands its iPhone lineup beyond just one model. A new report released by Topeka Capital Markets analyst Brian White asserts that a cheaper iPhone variant could be releasing as early as June.
Some new rumors about the Apple iPhone 6 and iPhone 5S are surfacing today, this time with their origins being someone, somewhere in China. As the rumors spread, many are asking if anything passes for an industry source these days.
The next-generation of handsets will bring us technologies such as 1080p Full HD displays as well as cameras with higher megapixel counts than ever before. A recent Apple patent spotting shows that laser keyboards are in the works, and there's a possibility this technology could find its way into the iPhone 6.
If the rumors are to be believed, then Apple's 2013 could be its most aggressive push back against Samsung on retail shelves. It's beginning to look like the iPhone 6 will be cheaper than the Galaxy S4, making it an extremely attractive competitor to Samsung's upcoming flagship device.